Why I Sit with ‘Kap’



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This is in response to "Why I

This is in response to "Why I sit with 'Kap'" in the Seattle Times of 9/03/16. Colin Kaepernick has every right to remain seated during national anthems. He, along with most other African Americans, is not accorded all the benefits and respect due them; why expect them to pretend everything is fine? Good article, Elizabeth Ann Thompson.
Submitted by Kristin Michael on Sat, 09/03/2016 - 5:52pm

Progressive Web Editor 235 days ago

You failed to mention that

You failed to mention that "Kap" was adopted and raised by a white family who provided him all the opportunities to have the platform he has and to earn the millions he does! How about him taking a stance for nurturing families and against absent fathers? When children are lovedn, educated, and cared for by both parents, all of society's ills will improve!

Anonymous 235 days ago

Some of us have been siting

Some of us have been siting since high school and it brings us a Clinton or a Trump-aren't we lucky

rick straw 238 days ago

Am I wrong that 20 to 30

Am I wrong that 20 to 30 million people have perished in US wars since 1945? Even if the number is a little too high: Why has the US been in so many wars?

If the government is killing large numbers of people, the Nuremberg Principles require US Citizens to bring it under control. Is this true?

Garrett Connelly 238 days ago

"Trayvon Martin, Michael

"Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, Eric Garner, Tamir Rice, Freddie Gray " - He is speaking for 5 individual thugs who deserved it ?? Now I hate Kap even more.

Dan 239 days ago

Well said

Well said

steve nixon 239 days ago

Complete and Utter BS...

Complete and Utter BS...

MY INFO 239 days ago

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